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    Upbeatdad is offline New Member
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    Default scored white oval m125

    I found a batch of these unidentifed tablets. They are white, oval-shaped, flat pills. They are scored down the middle with the capital letter 'M' on one side of the scoring and '125' on the other side of the scoring. The reverse side of the pills are blank.

    Anyone have any information about them?

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    These pills may be Glyburide 3mg (generic for Glynase Press-Tab) by Mylan.

    Imprint: M 125
    Description: Lt. Yellow, Scored, Oval
    They are actually described as light yellow - there is an image on the Mylan website at mylan.com if you want to take a look and see if they match up.

    Info at https://www.drugs.com/glyburide.html


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    Yep. That's what they are. I checked the Mylan Web site, and their sample of the 3mg dose looks white to me, just like the pills I have. In any case, I know what I'm looking at now.

    Many thanks for your help.

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